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I was changing the oil and i mistakingly drained the transmition fluid as well and now i cant locate where to replace the transmtion fluid

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On the side of the transmission there should be a bolt or a hex head that you have to unscrew and the will allow you to pump the trans fluid into the transmission. You will need some type of a pump to add fluid, I would get a Haynes or Chilton manual to make sure that you add only the proper amount of fluid to your vehicle

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SCHEDULE "A"
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